A good Infrastructure asset management framework integrates planning, finance, engineering, maintenance and operations functions. It generally includes policies, strategies, plans, processes, institutional organization and systems, among other tools, depending on the specific needs of the country. Catering to Tuvalu’s unique circumstances, the Tuvalu Asset Management Framework assists the Government to provide appropriate services to the community.
This flyer outlines the status of solid waste management in Tuvalu and recommends key points for action to address challenges facing the country related to solid waste management.
This Pacific Country/Territory Profile in the solid waste and recycling sector was published in 2018 as part of a compendium of fifteen individual country profiles that seek to identify and quantify the opportunity to improve the resource recovery of fifteen common commodities1 present in the solid waste stream.
This report was prepared by Andrew McIntyre, Brian Bell, and Solofa Uota as individual consultants under the guidance and with support of the Pacific Infrastructure Advisory Centre (PIAC) in Sydney, Australia.
Prepared with support from the Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility (PRIF), the Tuvalu Infrastructure Strategy and Investment Plan 2016−2025 report provides a blueprint for new project investments and maintenance of existing infrastructure over the coming decade.
The Water Sector Policy (WSP) was developed to ensure that the people of Tuvalu have conitnued access to safe, reliable, afgordable and sustainable water and sanitation facilities. The policy supports Tuvalu's key planning document - Te Kakeega II (National Strategy for Sustainable Development) and key regional frameworks such as the Millenium Development Goals, the Pacific Plan, and the Pacific Regional Actional Plan for Sustainable Water Management. The WSP also complements other national frameworks, including Te Kaniva (National Climate Change Policy), the
The three-member SPC Team from Suva would like to thank the Government of Tuvalu for their support and assistance to assist them in carrying out this assessment.
The creation of the Sustainable Integrated Water and Sanitation Policy for Tuvalu is another milestone for the Government and the people of Tuvalu. The idea of a policy was initiated as a component of International Waters Program (IWP) in 2006. As part of objectives, the two projects IWRM and PACC provide the basis of formulating a policy.